|833-45 - Passages [nt106] - Kevin M Krebs|
Each new album by Kevin M Krebs is a source of auditory bliss the like of which is all too rare. Whether under his given name or as 833-45, he just keeps offering us new sonic landscapes which are as formidable as they are unheard of. With Passages, we are happy to present you five brand new pieces which borrow as much from the subtle science of waves as from the elemental forces of nature, closing on a heartfelt homage to Morton Feldman...
Keywords: electroacoustic; ambient
Downloads: 2,580 (1 review)
|Period Three - Auld Cove [nt202] - David Turgeon|
Fall 1999, David Turgeon, still using his Period Three moniker, copy-pasted a bunch of samples from various sources within the Acid 1.0 sequencing software. He turned in eight very singular tracks. This surprising album had never been released before (save for an extremely limited CD-R edition). Today we finally remedy this unfortunate situation, and we hope to reveal more lost gems from the same old hard drive…
Keywords: idm; electronic; experimental
|Period Three - Folder [nt013] - David Turgeon|
Third No Type release for Period Three, this one features 4 tracks of quirky, jumpy IDM that are much harder to describe than they are to listen to. To add to the madness, 2 bonus tracks (culled from the same recording sessions as the rest of the EP) are now included to this release for your personal enjoyment.
Keywords: Bleep; IDM
|Period Three - Halogen [nt002] - David Turgeon|
This mini-EP is the second No Type release by Period Three (David Turgeon), then still in his Rebirth phase. It consists of two exclusive tracks & two remixes. The title track is an oddly bare-bones eight-minute workout.
Keywords: Acid; IDM
|Period Three - Heap [nt021] - David Turgeon|
This is the fourth No Type release from David Turgeon & the last under the Period Three moniker. Unlike previous releases under that name, this 6-track EP explores the realms of glitch ambience. Half microsound experiments (the Heap series), half fully realised ambient epics (Tonk, Tenk).
Keywords: Ambient; Microsound
|Period Three - Morose Beach [nt203] - David Turgeon|
Produced during the year 2000, Morose Beach is a kind of “follow-up” to Auld Cove (rereleased on No Type earlier this year). This time, it’s a previously unreleased album that was created entirely using Audiomulch software. In this sense, this album also serves as a bridge with Heap, the last recording David Turgeon released under the name Period Three before launching the Camp project. None of this tells us much about the hazy, melancholic (& sometimes a tad noisy) atmosphere found herein...
Keywords: idm; electronic; experimental; electronic; experimental
|Period Three - Moving Systems [nt6001] - David Turgeon|
Debut solo album from Period Three, guaranteed 95% Rebirth 1.0! The remaining 5% are vocals recorded through a cheap Radio Shack microphone... On the course of these 8 tracks, the listener goes from minimalist epics to atmospheric bleepitude.
Keywords: Lo-Fi; IDM
|Philémon - Potlatch W [nt030] - Philémon|
Done as a "potlatch" type exchange with a friend, Alexandre Warren, these four harsh tracks from Philémon (Napalm Jazz) make for a demanding listening. Heavy, cathartic white noise & assorted poisoned candy.
Keywords: Rhythmic Noise; Improv
|Poseidon Council - An Sphinx Awoken [nt083]|
Guitar player Sam Shalabi (Shalabi Effect) and cartoonists Billy Mavreas (The Overlords Of Glee) penned together this incredible pastiche of grandiloquent progressive rock, complete with intersidereal themes, and melodic lines intended for yet to be discovered species. * For full artwork and information please visit the official album page on notype.com.
Keywords: Progressive Rock; Psychedelic
|Proxylife - Vide EP [nt059] - Kalx|
Proxylife is an alias for the ever unfathomable Kalx. This EP contains five lively, fascinatingly absurd IDM-via-D&B-styled tracks pushing the act of chin-scratching to whole new heights.
Keywords: Drum & Bass; IDM